Online Art Gallery #175

Many of today’s online art gallery submissions are photos.

They’re (as always) gorgeous. As always too, they circle the globe.

But let’s not slack off, all of you who work in other mediums!

Watercolors, oils, charcoal, pen-and-ink, acrylics, lithographs, collages, macramé, jewelry, sculpture, decoupage, needlepoint — whatever you’ve got, email it to Share your work with the world! (PS: Please include the medium you’re working in — art lovers want to know.)

Age, level of experience, subject matter — there are no restrictions. Everyone is invited to contribute.

“Poppy” (Ken Runkel)

“Sailing in My Dreams” (Tom Doran)

“The Whaleship Charles W. Morgan Returns Home” (Peter Barlow)

“Sunflower in a Sunflower” (Linda Doyle)

“Bee All That You Can Be!” Photographer Bonnie Scott Connolly took this image of a cone flower (echinacea) at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens.

Untitled (June Rose Whittaker)

“Wyoming” (Rowene Weems)

“It Is So Hot The Trees Are Melting” — western US (Mike Hibbard)

Untitled — swan family on the Lieutenant River estuary, Old Lyme (Susan Lloyd)

“The Hat” (Karen Weingarten)

Untitled — artist Eric Bosch explains, “Every 5 years, the Babson side of  my family (200+) gathera at the Babson museum in Rockport, Massachusetts.  The organizers requested art, so I did this painting for the  occasion earlier this month. The Babsons got off the Mayflower and built a stone cooperage to make oak barrels. The center portion of my painting remains to this day.”

“A Brown Sheep.” Artist Steve Stein explains, “Sheep can be domestic or wild. Their colors range from pure white to spotted, piebald and dark chocolate, depending on a gene that controls melanin.”


“Flat Out” (Lawrence Weisman)

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4 responses to “Online Art Gallery #175

  1. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but, June, could you tell me where Untitled is because I would prefer not to walk around a corner of an art gallery and bump into it.

  2. Barbara Wanamaker

    We are very familiar with Bonnie’s photos. They are all awesome!

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